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Why Bamboo is the Sustainable Material of the Future?

We at Brelli are regularly asked, “Why do you make your umbrellas and parasols out of

bamboo? What’s so special about that particular material?” Beyond just being lightweight

and stylish, here are four reasons why we make our sustainable umbrellas and parasols out

of bamboo.

A bamboo forest in Kyoto, Japan

A look at Brelli bamboo parasol frames sun-drying in Chiang Mai, Thailand

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It grows like a weed

Bamboo actually holds the Guinness Book of World Records title for the world’s fastest

growing plant. It can grow up to an astonishing 1.2 meters (almost four feet) per day.

If you’ve ever had any in your yard, or had a neighbour that did, you know that it grows and

spreads incredibly fast. Some places have even enacted local ordinances to regulate planting

and prevent its wildfire-like spread.

While this characteristic can cause feuds amongst neighbours in the U.S., it makes it perfect

for building materials. Because it spreads so easily, you can replenish what you’ve harvested

in no time. Depending on the species, bamboo can be ready to harvest in as little as one

year after planting, or a maximum of just ten years.

It prevents deforestation

When bamboo is used instead of trees for building materials, everyone benefits. If you cut

down a hardwood tree, it’s gone. Another can grow back in its place, but that will take

several decades. Cut down an entire forest and it’ll take a century to grow back. Because

bamboo is a grass rather than a tree, it doesn’t have these issues.

Currently, Africa is losing 9.9 million acres of forest each year - that’s more than the size of

Maryland and double the rate of average deforestation.

Bamboo’s soil grabbing roots are also an excellent way to prevent erosion. Bamboo pulls

heavy metals out of the soil, keeps water near the surface, and can provide an opportunity

for other plant species to thrive in previously inhospitable terrain.

It provides jobs in impoverished areas

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Brellis are made in Chiang Mai, Thailand, a rural farm area that has long been known for its

bamboo products including fans, hats, and parasols. While the men tend to their rice farms,

the women often augment their family’s income by hand crafting bamboo products.

Because bamboo grows all over the world, this trend is also true in Africa, China, India, and

South America.

It’s versatile

You can make almost anything with it. From hand fans to houses, charcoal to chairs, baskets

to bicycles, the possibilities are literally endless. Also, there are roughly 1,500 different

varieties of bamboo.

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